Its same as 1520 spex ad ditto copy of Icon, no card slot, is old wine n new bottle, never go fr it. All eyes on 1820 now, 5.5 Qhd Comming june.
So it's 5" and the body is bigger than Galaxy S4 (which is 2013) but the battery is smaller
can someone please tell me why? I mean it's supposed to be better and more compact, right?
I'm an Nexus 5 owner and will use it for the next year or more... but... hmmmm, this is the first Nokia i like from the WP era... proper hardware, the os has finally matured to an teenager age, but now nothing(very important) is missing... maybe my next phone will be something like this :)
The only missing thing is water/dust resistence
The craftsmanship is very briliant, again. This is how to make phones.
mohsen, 31 Mar 2014When it is in IRAN ??dude !!! we're banned !! do u remember !!
check lumia 930,635,630 specification in nokia press becoz this specs are wrong
Now it's official with 5" screen and 2.2 GHz quadcore snapdragon 800 assisted with 2gb ram. Will be available globally in the month of June and priced at 600$ without taxes. That's where people are going to think. In that price case. Itss better to go with 1520 if one doesn't bother about the size of that big brother.
M, 30 Mar 2014is VPN enabled in 930?Yes, look at VPN on Windows Phone 8.1
4.5" is really small. Would've much preferred to see a 5"-5.3", or even a phablet lol.
Nokia Die Hard Fan, 22 Mar 2014Everything sounds AwEsOmE, except the card slot Please add a card slot, as other brands with ... moreyou missed a lot of the others greatest phones for example: N9 (last true (all) Nokia) n91, n90, n80 8800, communicators etc...btw, 6600 was not the "revolution phone of all time" that title belong to the 7650 or even the 3650.
Don't care about the lack of an SD card slot. It'd be nice but it's no deal breaker. I don't need to carry 100GB of music in my phone at all times. I just hope it retains wireless charging. Glad it's not bigger than 4.5". Phablets are ridiculous. My 920 is just right for one handed use and comfortable pocketing. Bigger is not always better. Battery life would suffer too. At pixel density this high you're past the threshold that most eyes can discern pixels anyway so there's no sense in trying to pack more in except for bragging rights.